Excerpt from The Open Court, Vol. 46: Devoted to the Science of Religion, the Religion of Science, and the Extension of the Religious Parliament Idea; February, 1932
We are, consequently, thrown back upon his own statements and the testimony of others concerning his beliefs. Obviously, the testimony of others in a case like this must be approached cautiously. Unfortunately, statements by Washington himself which throw light upon his religious beliefs are painfully scarce. But as actions proverbially speak louder than words, we can perhaps with their help arrive at a fairly accurate understanding of Washing ton's attitude toward the Unseen.
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